This was designed and made for a hunter/collector. The smaller oval knife is actually a skinner/butchering tool from an Alaskan heritage. I used the same bone from 2 different animals for the shafts and designed the blades to complement the bones. The large one is from a deer, the small one from a bear.
While the sheaths are decorated, they do not have to be, nor do they have to have fringe. These are made from deer hide, but many different hides and hide types - rawhide, e.g. are available.
All of my creations are unique and while never duplicated, although similar items are possible.
Knives and knife sets are so varied they have a wide price range, as noted below. The lower price denotes a single medium sized knife, while the higher price would be a fancy set.